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" Great music is a psychical storm, agitating to fathomless depths the mystery of the past within us. Or we might say that it is a prodigious incantation. There are tones that call up all ghosts of youth and joy and tenderness ; there are tones that evoke... "
In Ghostly Japan - Page 239
by Lafcadio Hearn - 1899 - 241 pages
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 91

Current events - 1903
...wonderings of divine hope and divine fear. Great music is a psychical storm, agitating to fathomless depths the mystery of the past within us. Or we might say that it is a prodigious incantation. There are tones that call up all ghosts of youth and joy and tenderness ; there are tones that evoke...
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Shelburne Essays

Paul Elmer More - English literature - 1905 - 253 pages
...wonderings of divine hope and divine fear. Great music is a psychical storm, agitating to fathomless depths the mystery of the past within us. Or we might say that it is a prodigious incantation. There are tones that call up all ghosts of youth and joy and tenderness ; there are tones that...
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An Encyclopedia of Quotations about Music

Nat Shapiro - Music - 1978 - 418 pages
...Ballade of the Best Song in the World Great music is a psychical storm, agitating to fathomless depths the mystery of the past within us. Or we might say that it is a prodigious incantation. There are tones that call up all ghosts of youth and joy and tenderness; there are tones that evoke...
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A Sourcebook about Music

Alan J. Hommerding, Diana Kodner - Music - 1997 - 166 pages
The Sourcebook series of anthologies gathers prose and poetry, hymns and prayers from various times and traditions, all centered on a particular theme, from the seasons of the ...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 91

1903
...wonderings of divine hope and divine fear. Great music is a psychical storm, agitating to fathomless depths the mystery of the past within us. Or we might say that it is a prodigious incantation. There are tones that call up all ghosts of youth and joy and tenderness ; there are tones that evoke...
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